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The Concertina Diaries

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kay Strosnider Jan 5, 2014. 1 Reply

Check out Heather Greer's wonderful new concertina tutor, published by CMC (Community Music Crew) and available from - I'm honoured to have my poem 'Concertina'  included in…Continue

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fiddle, mandolin
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Intermediate Level 2 (5 years+)
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I play fiddle and write poems about music - particularly Irish traditional music. My third collection is called 'Session' (Salmon Poetry 2011) all about trad players and playing, learning to play, music in nature etc. Praise from Martin Hayes and others in literature and music circles.

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'Session' review in Irish Music Magazine - July.

Posted on June 16, 2015 at 20:02 0 Comments

Thank you Anne Marie Kennedy for the wonderful review of my collection, 'Session' (Salmon Poetry) in the current July 2015 issue of Irish Music Magazine.

Harping on!

Posted on March 8, 2015 at 9:30 0 Comments

A wonderful evening in Kiltartan Church in South Galway last Thursday, as part of the Yeats 150 festival - 13 harp based events around the country following the 13 full moons in 2015. Thursday was the March 'Wind Moon' and the church was full of young harp players from the Athenry Music School under the direction of Una Ni Fhlannigain, as well as pupils from Kiltartan National School reading Yeat's poems.…


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At 13:01 on January 28, 2014, Heather Greer said…

Ah, Pete, Thank you so much for your comments. Hope to see you soon.  H (&M)

At 14:02 on January 25, 2014, Heather Greer said…

Congratulations to Pete, for his wonderful interview on RTE Radio 1's Arena programme on Friday 17th January 2014 (it's available to listen in to, as a podcast on RTE Radio 1).

The interview covered Pete's own career in playing fiddle and trad, as well as featuring Pete reading a few of his poems from his latest volume, "Session": lovely poems with the playing of Irish music as a central theme. Pete was good enough to give permission for his poem Concertina to be included at the front of the new concertina tutor, "The Concertina Diaries", which he was also good enough to mention on the programme. Thank you, Pete.

Congratulations, Pete, on a great interview, and on a really beautiful volume of poems - a volume that will touch the souls of all who love poetry, Irish music, sessions...


At 10:52 on January 20, 2014, Mary Lovett said…

Hi Pete, heard u on the radio the other evening, it was great! Well done :) The poems & music went together really well.  By a funny coincidence we'd visitors that day & Heather had  been reading your poem "Concertina" to them, & then there it was live on the air!

Hope the Tradfest went well & you got a few tunes in as well :)

At 12:45 on July 9, 2013, Tradconnect Reviews said…

Got your book Pete and thanks a million for sending it to us.  Look forward to dipping into it over the coming week.  Watch this space as they say. T

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